Lauren E. Renkert, Interim Chair
|Dawn C. Botts
||Sherry L. Street-Tobin
|Donna M. Brown
||Angela S. Losardo
|Thalia J. Coleman
|Jennifer C. Dalton
||Jennifer P. Van Gilder
||C. Robin Morehouse
|Louise C. Keegan
|Joseph F. Klein
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) is devoted to the study of human communication and associated disorders. All students pursuing programs in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders must meet all requirements for admission into the Beaver College of Health Sciences.
For information on the Master of Science degree program in Speech-Language Pathology, please consult the current Graduate Bulletin or contact the department chair.
Communication Disorders Clinic
Gary McCullough, Interim Director
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is home to the Charles E. and Geneva S. Scott Communication Disorders Clinic which serves as a community-based training facility for graduate students pursuing their master’s degree in speech-language pathology. The Clinic, a non-profit organization, is located in University Hall at Appalachian State University. Established in September of 1968, the primary mission of the Clinic is to provide clinical learning experiences for students majoring in speech-language pathology. The Clinic is recognized for the outstanding clinical services provided to individuals of all ages from the Boone and Western North Carolina regions. There is currently no charge to Appalachian students for services; otherwise the Clinic operates on a fee-for-service basis. For more information, please call (828) 262-2185.
ProgramsBachelor of ScienceMinor
CoursesCommunication Sciences and Disorders